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The Pines Camping Area

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Louise Faulkner, campsite manager, Aircamper since June 2018

This listing has been verified by the campsite manager and was last updated April 2021.


13 Reviews

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Elinga N.
8 months ago

As we arrived late on Friday, we were not lucky to find a flat spot, the site is a slight slope but the area is beautiful, the creek just a minute away is beautiful and the forest as well. Facilities - toilet and rubish bins but small, please, take your rubish with you peeps, sad to see plastics of chocolate bars stuck in a bush, let’s keep it kleen 😊

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Stevie :.
10 months ago

Honestly this place was beyond amazing to camp at, we spent the night around the campfire. Access to toilets that were clean and usable. Enough room for our 4x4 with rooftop tent and set up. We will definitely be going back on a regular occasion. Only suggestion is get there early, as it seemed to fill up in the afternoon :)

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Shun M.
1 year ago

I went there with my gf for a night. The place was really pretty and peaceful. But some ppl play music really loud and screaming at night so a bit broke the moods. There's some toilets but I recommend to bring some papers and drink water as well. Allowed fire and collect fire woods which is on the ground.

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Guest A.
2 years ago
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E D.
2 years ago

Great spot, simple toilet facilities. Plenty of shade, only a couple of areas that are flat for tents - mostly gentle slopes and plenty of cleared areas between the trees. Nearby creek only a trickle, not suitable for swimming.


Top Questions

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Lucy L. 6 months ago
Question:

What is exactly address ???

Answer:

Martinsville rd follow that till you see sign for watagan state forest by Pauly

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Louisa 7 months ago
Question:

Would this site be overcrowded on the long weekend?

Answer:

Yep will be full of noisey crowded bogans by Margaret McNeill Ljubicic

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😆 by Mike W.

Answer:

Will get busy but there's other places close by to camp heaps of room 👍 by Pauly

Answer:

Thanks, any suggestions? by Louisa

Answer:

Turpentine next camp along by Margaret McNeill Ljubicic

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There is plenty of camp sites along the road turpentine is another one close to the pines it's nice for family by Pauly

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Robert A. 9 months ago
Question:

Any sites available tomorrow?

Answer:

It's free just turn up plenty of room by Pauly

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Jenn S. 10 months ago
Question:

Do I have to book due to COVID-19 ?

Answer:

No its a free camp just turn up happy camping by Pauly

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Thanks👍 by Jenn S.

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Location

Martinsville NSW 2265

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Next to car
Yes
Caravans
Yes
Management
State Forest
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Closest

Mobil Cooranbong

7.68 km

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